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Australia and the Case of the Rohingya
September 09, 2019

Australia and the Case of the Rohingya

By Grant Wyeth
In a recent visit to Bangladesh, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne took time to tour the refugee camps at Cox’s Bazar.
Where Will the US Base Intermediate-Range Missiles in the Pacific?
August 30, 2019

Where Will the US Base Intermediate-Range Missiles in the Pacific?

By Evan Karlik
Japan's Ryukyu Islands and Palau are the most probable contenders for new U.S. intermediate-range missiles.

Australia in ASEAN: An Ever-Floating Idea Without a Clear Case?
August 29, 2019

Australia in ASEAN: An Ever-Floating Idea Without a Clear Case?

By Luke Hunt
While the idea has been advanced for years in certain circles, it remains unclear what this would actually achieve.

Why Did China Charge an Australian Blogger With Espionage?
August 27, 2019

Why Did China Charge an Australian Blogger With Espionage?

By Grant Wyeth
The arrest of Yang will be a test of Canberra's resolve in pushing back against Beijing's use of arbitrary detention.

Vietnam Seeks Australia’s Support on the South China Sea
August 23, 2019

Vietnam Seeks Australia’s Support on the South China Sea

By Du Nhat Dang
Scott Morrison's visit will mesh with Vietnam's strategy of seeking assurances over its maritime disputes with China.
The Pacific Islands Forum at 50
August 19, 2019

The Pacific Islands Forum at 50

By Balaji Chandramohan
The evolving geopolitics in the South Pacific were on full display at the 50th PIF.

A New Day for Solomon Islands' Women?
July 01, 2019

A New Day for Solomon Islands' Women?

By Joshua Mcdonald
The Solomon Islands now has 2 women MPs – its most ever. It's both progress and a sign of how far is left to go.
What Next For ‘Miracle Man’ Morrison?
June 06, 2019

What Next For ‘Miracle Man’ Morrison?

By Anthony Fensom
Can Morrison and Australia's Coalition make the most of an unexpected election victory?

Liberal Bloodbath Repels Australian Voters
November 27, 2018

Liberal Bloodbath Repels Australian Voters

By Anthony Fensom
The ruling party is already paying the price for its party room coup this summer.

Jakarta and Jerusalem: Australia's Israel Embassy Decision
October 23, 2018

Jakarta and Jerusalem: Australia's Israel Embassy Decision

By Olivia Tasevski
Australia’s potential Israel embassy policy will impact Australia-Indonesia relations.

What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?
August 29, 2018

What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?

By Grant Wyeth
The party’s internal meltdown is rooted in the tensions inherent to its liberal and conservative roots.
Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence
July 25, 2018

Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence

By Patrick Flamm
New Zealand is increasingly mobilizing resources to secure a share of the Southern continent.

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